Solidarity between survivor and trade union activists: organising for democratic alliances by Mick McKeown

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Solidarity between survivor and trade union activists: organising for democratic alliances by Mick McKeown - a presentation from the symposium on social movements and their contributions to sociological knowledge on mental health at the University of Wolverhampton. Held on 13 June 2014.

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Solidarity between survivor and trade union activists: organising for democratic alliances by Mick McKeown

  1. 1. Solidarity between survivor and trade union activists: organising for democratic alliances Mick McKeown University of Central Lancashire
  2. 2. Legitimacy crises
  3. 3. Disadvantage and disillusionment
  4. 4. Survivor & disability movements
  5. 5. Hollowed out unions?
  6. 6. Co-option and incorporation?
  7. 7. Reciprocal community unionism
  8. 8. Popular protest
  9. 9. Defending services
  10. 10. Asymmetrical solidarity
  11. 11. Unsettled and unsettling relations
  12. 12. Reciprocal democratic relations open up possibility for reframing the politics of mental health
  13. 13. The quality of communicative space is crucial
  14. 14. Wild publics
  15. 15. Paradoxical spaces
  16. 16. Alternative forms of support
  17. 17. Civic democratic renewal
  18. 18. Workplace democracy
  19. 19. The victory of humanity: a socialised and organised humanity. The achievement of this kindly and efficacious condition, for all patients and all societies, is the central problem of psychiatric care. It is also the central problem of social liberation. Peter Sedgwick (1982) - Psychopolitics

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